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Educational BackgroundPh.D., Economics, University of Tennessee, 2011
Professional BackgroundDr. Yang is an applied microeconomist with broad interests in public policy. Much of her specific work focuses on state and local tax policy, economic regulation, and public education policy. Prior to her time in the US, she worked for four years on regional economic development policies and industrial planning for an institution supervised by Hubei provincial government in China.
Area of Expertise/Researchstate business taxes, tax competition among US governments, innovation policies
Presentations2012 - 2012 Lincoln Institute Scholars Program, Cambridge, MA, May 20122012 - American Economic Association Annual Meetings, Chicago, IL, January 20122011 - Southern Economic Association 81st Annual Meetings, Washington DC, November 20112011 - National Tax Association 104th Annual Conference on Taxation, New Orleans, LA, November 20112010 - Andrew Young School of Policy Studies Seminar, Georgia State University, Atlanta, February 20102010 - Southern Economic Association 80th Annual Meetings, Atlanta, GA, November 2010 2010 - Western Economic Association International 85th Annual Conference, Portland, OR, June 20102009 - National Tax Association 102nd Annual Conference on Taxation, Denver, CO, November 2009 2009 - University of Tennessee Economics Research Workshop, Knoxville, TN, October 20092009 - Southern Economic Association 79th Annual Meetings, San Antonio, TX, November 20092009 - University of Tennessee Economics Research Workshop, Knoxville, TN, April 20092008 - National Tax Association 101st Annual Conference on Taxation, Philadelphia, PA, November 20082008 - "Mobility and Tax Policy: Do Yesterday's Taxes Fit Tomorrow's Economy?" Conference, Knoxville, TN, October 20082008 - University of Tennessee Economics Research Workshop, Knoxville, TN, October 2008
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